The San Pedro, Palos Verdes Peninsula, and Catalina region offers a range of recreational opportunities. Whether you’re looking for hands-on or something more sedate, you’ll find it here.
We’ve got many outstanding golf courses
There’s sailing with the Los Angeles Yacht Club and Buccaneer Yacht Club and on LA’s official tall ships
San Pedro is a lot of things. It’s home to the Port of Los Angeles and the World Cruise Terminal. It’s a quaint historic town. It’s an outstanding restaurant town. It’s one of the centers of the arts movement in Los Angeles. It’s up and coming as a destination for live theater and music.
And it’s at the heart of the San Pedro Bay-Los Angeles Harbor-Palos Verdes Peninsula region.
There’s so much going on the in the area that you’ll have a tough time deciding what to do next.
So just try as many as you can. You won’t be disappointed.
For your convenience we present the events calendar in a number of formats.
San Pedro hosts a range of special events each year. Its location on the Pacific Ocean at San Pedro Bay makes it especially well suited for nautical and maritime events.
San Pedro’s outstanding, accredited Cabrillo Marine Aquarium displays the largest collection of Southern California marine life in the world. But it isn’t a place to just look at the sea life; it’s a place where you get to experience and interact with it close up.
The aquarium, founded in 1935, is a facility of the City of Los Angeles with support from the Friends of the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium. It’s housed in a striking facility designed by noted architect Frank Ghery at Cabrillo Beach.
*but don’t tell the children these places might be educational
Hour-long harbor cruises, available in both Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors. Whale watching, private events, dinner cruises, wedding cruises. Call for schedules and information. Ports O’ Call Village, LA Waterfront. 310-548-8080, www.SpiritMarine.com
Fiesta Harbor Cruises at 11:30 a.m., Sat-Sun 11:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Berth 79,